National standard for driver and rider training
- Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency
- Part of:
- National standards for driving and riding, Moped and motorcycle training guidance, Road safety, and Improving your training skills
- First published:
- 31 October 2011
- Last updated:
- 24 November 2014, see all updates
- Applies to:
- England, Scotland, and Wales
What you must be able to do and what you must know and understand to provide training to drivers and riders.
Ref: DVSA/NS/DRT PDF, 597KB, 33 pages
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The standard is for people who provide training to drivers of cars, light vans, and mopeds and motorcycles.
It tells you what you must be able to do to provide training.
Contact the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) if you have:
- questions about the standard
- ideas about how it could be improved
- evidence to make the standard stronger
DVSA national driver and rider standards
Published: 31 October 2011
Updated: 24 November 2014
- Added information about the increased considerations that need to be taken when driving in bad weather, using sat nav systems, responsibilities of accompanying drivers, and updated references of ‘Driving Standards Agency’ to ‘Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency’.
- Added a webpage version of the 'National standard for driver and rider training'.
- First published.